Naomi Ko (she/her) is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, performance artist, and cultural producer. She was born and raised in Minnesota to immigrant parents from South Korea, making her at once the most truculent and most passive person in any room. Her pilot, ‘Nice,’ which she wrote and starred in, premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. Her work has been develop ed by Warner Bros. Stage 13, and she has received support from the McKnight Foundation, the Knight Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, and more. She is also a founding member of the Funny Asian Women Kollective, a group that uses comedy to combat the invisibility and dehumanization of Asian women. Naomi is currently a Bush Leadership Fellow and a Sundance Fellow. You can learn more about her work on her website and on social media @konaomie.